Finally here follows the first review for my new Panzer book. The postal services during this difficult period is much to blame. However more will follow as soon they arrive, they will all be posted here below:
Please note that due to the corona virus the shipping of my books takes longer time. That is why I have recived so few reviews to date.
"After a long wait, Claes Sundin's latest book of German panzer profiles arrived in my hands. Well worth the wait! Each of the 65 profiles are excellent and there's a nice variety of panzer types portrayed: Panzer Mk III's, Mk IV's, Panthers, Tigers, Royal Tigers, Jagdpanzers and assault guns. Each profile is unique due to the incredible variety of camouflage, unit markings, extra armor protection and just plain wear and tear which Claes has captured in wonderful detail. Along with each illustration there's information about the tank profiled, including unit identification and location, along with notes on the colors--perfect for the modelling and/or illustrating crowds! Once again, a superb book!!"
The new book (Panzers III) is again a masterpiece for WW II fans. When I open a new book from Claes I know that it will be really nice but always Claes exceed my first idea because the books are always better than nice, they are really superb. This time it´s the same, possibly the best tank profile book at the moment where every profile worths. Thanks Claes for your superb books about WW2 because I really think they are the best profiles books ever made. And of course, always waiting for the next book. Kudos Claes.
I recived the book today, Excellent profiles and interesting text. The information of the camo in the profiles is quite informative.
Thanks for this magnificent book again, The artwork is fantastic, I was stunned from the color scheme of the end of the war.
With great pleasure I open and read a new profile book by Claes Sundin. After a very good introduction on German armor camouflage development, here's how a series of well-made profiles with text of interesting and varied objects.
The profiles spanned the period 1941
to 1945 and provided examples of new camouflage that I did not
know about, more specifically, the use of "Tropen 1 + 2"
far beyond North Africa. Very thoughtful.
The fine "weathering" of
the profiles must also be emphasized. And last but not least
the detailed and informative captions that came with the profiles.